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At the People's Power convention, which elects the first leadership since the
change of power, candidate Kim Ki-hyun was chosen as the party's leader. The Supreme Council, which elects five members, including one Youth Supreme Committee, was also won by a large number of pro-Yun candidates.

Reporter Eom Min-jae reports.


[Yoo Heung-su/People's Power Election Commission Chairman: Kim Ki-hyun received 1,5 votes, 24.4% of the votes]

People's Power candidate Kim Ki-hyun won a majority of the votes and was elected as the new party leader.

It was a landslide victory, more than double the votes of second-place candidate Ahn Cheol-so.

Chen Haram received 163.52% of the vote and Hwang Kyo-an 93.2%.

In his acceptance speech, Kim, who ran with the so-called Yun Sentiment, expressed his ambition to lead the country to a landslide victory in the next general election in the spirit of solidarity, inclusion and prosperity.

[Kim Ki-hyun/Representative of People's Power: I am determined to make all the dedication and sacrifice I can to win next year's general elections.]

The Supreme Committee, which selects five members, including one youth Supreme Committee, also saw a large number of "pro-Yun" candidates.

Candidates Kim Jae-won, Kim Byung-min, Cho Su-jin, and Thae Yong-ho won the Supreme Council seats, while Jang Ye-chan won the election with a landslide of votes.

One day before the one-year anniversary of his presidential victory, President Yoon Seok-yeol visited the convention hall and emphasized the unity of the party by revisiting the ceremony he performed as a candidate.

[President Yoon Seok-yeol: In intra-party elections, there are no winners or losers. We must think only of the people first, the people second, and the people third, and move forward together.]

The formation of a "pro-Yun" leadership from the party leader to the top committee member can be interpreted as a reflection of the party's intention to hold next year's general elections under President Yoon Seok-yeol.

Representative Kim Ki-hyun, who begins his term with the election, will visit the Memorial Hall today (2th) and begin his first party affairs schedule by presiding over a meeting of the Supreme Council.

(Video Interview: Cho Chun-dong and Lee Chan-so, Video Editing: Lee Jae-sung, CG: Jeon Yoo-geun and Jo Su-in)